- 12 Nov 2023
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Viewing Query History
- Updated on 12 Nov 2023
- 3 Minutes to read
From the Queries page, click Query History to open the Query History page, or right click on Query History to open it in a new tab.
The Query History page shows information about queries the users run on the system. It also allows you to open the query in the Query Drawer to see details about the query. It doesn't show automatic processes that run queries such as the Dashboard or the Enforcement Center. Click on a query to open the Query Drawer to see all query details. Click Run Query to run a query. To edit a query, open the query from the Saved Queries page.
The following information is displayed:
Query Name – The name of the query. For saved queries, the name that it was saved under. For queries that were not saved, the query name is displayed as 'Unsaved query'.
Module - Shows in which module the query appears.
Start Time – The time it started to run.
End Time – The time it finished running.
Duration - The time it took the query to run.
Run By - The name of the user who ran the query: The username is displayed with a prefix:
- Internal - A user defined internally in Axonius by one of the system admins.
- SAML or LDAP - A user who logged in using the LDAP or SAML based login options.
Run From – The way the query was run. The following options can appear:
- User Interface - Run from the one of the pages in the web UI. For example: Users, Devices.
- User Interface - Export CSV - CSV Export run from one of the pages in the web interface.
- API - Run using API.
- API- Export CSV – CSV Export run using API.
When the query involves exporting a CSV, in this case the start and end time are the time it took to export the CSV
Source IP - This is the IP address that ran this query.
Tags – Tags which are applied to the query.
# Results - The number of assets (aggregated assets) returned from the query. For Export CSV this is the number returned when exporting the CSV. For instance, if you choose Split by asset entity in Export CSV or limit the number of rows for the CSV there will be a different number of results than in the original query.
Status – The status of the query. The following statuses are available:
- In Progress – the query is still being run.
- Completed – the query finished running.
- Cancelled – the query was cancelled by running another query before it finished running.
- Failed – the query failed to run because there was a failure in the system.
Use the Filter at the top of the page to filter the list of users displayed.
- Query Name - Choose a Query name from the drop down list of queries.
- Module - The system modules on which the query runs, such as: Devices, Users or Vulnerabilities.
- Run From - Select from the dropdown.
- Run By - Select User names from the dropdown.
- Tags - Choose Tags from the dropdown. This can help locate queries by tags.
- Run Start Date - Run End Date - You can filter for a specific run date by clicking the date range picker filter.
- Select two dates to set the date range for which queries run will be displayed.
- To filter activity logs only for a specific date, select the same date twice.
- Click Select Time in the date range picker to include specific times in the date range.
- Click OK to set the date range filter.
- Use 'Clear all' to clear all of your selections in a specific filter.
Click Reset to clear the filters.
Click Export CSV to export the list to CSV format. The CSV file includes all the columns and their content. If you filter the Query History page, then only the filtered data is exported.
The default name of the CSV file is
For general information about working with tables refer to Working with Tables.